On this episode, we talk about the old year and the new year.
If you ever wanted to know what the parents of an atheist are like, here’s your chance. On this show, I interview my parents and we discuss their beliefs, they are Christian, and explore how I came to be who I am today.
On this episode, my guest is Father Kurtis Wiedenfeld, a Roman Catholic priest of the Diocese of Austin TX who serves at St. Thomas Aquinas Catholic Church in College Station, Tx
In this episode, I invite back Nathan, who I met at the Supreme Court during the Greece Prayer case. We talk about the Supreme Court case and miracle healings that Nathan was involved with.
Tonight we will discuss prayer in council meetings and other government meetings. Recently, the Supreme Court had oral arguments about the prayer case from Greece, NY. I had the opportunity to join my friends outside the Supreme Court, where we promoted a secular government, which excludes sectarian practices. There will be no guests, but I will share some discussions I had with people outside the Supreme Court.
On this episode, I interview myself and tell how I came to be an atheist and a radio host.
Tonight on The Nondescript Atheist, I have a real live pagan mystic, Irene Jericho. I was going to have her on last week, but Samhain, or as we know it, Halloween, is a major holiday for her. So, she was busy.
She also happens to be in a band, Cassandra Syndrome, so we’ll hear some of her music.
Tonight is our Halloween show. No guests tonight, but I talk about the history of Halloween and other holidays at this time of year.
Tonight, we interview Yousef, an Iranian raised in a Muslim family. We discuss various issues of morality and experiences in the US.
Some say that it just isn’t worth it to fight over the smaller issues, such as the “In God We Trust” on currency or “under God” in our Pledge. Religious people, especially, will tell you that it really shouldn’t matter what is printed on money or said to a flag.
To me, though, it does. It actually matters to most people, even those trying to convince us it doesn’t. Try reverting the Pledge back to its prior version or restore the original national motto. You’ll find that suddenly, the words are important to people. It’s as if they just don’t want their privileged status challenged.
We I love challenging that privileged status. After all, our government is supposed to represent all of us, not just the Christians.